The museum is beautifully done, with may many exhibits of finds from the Winchester area, which played a significant role in the Civil War, important to both north and south. The most interesting is the grafitti on the walls written by soldiers when the building was used as a jail during the war. It is not particularly interactive, so not super-interesting for younger children. From about 9 or 10 up, it is definitely worth a visit. And, of course, if you are a Civil War addict, it's a must.
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